Brinkhouse Guest House
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In the morning, Colin and I both had a bit of a sorehead, but nothing like the hangover we had suffered from in Galle! We went on the hunt for a Sri Lankan breakfast, with hoppers in particular, the target. We were finding that restaurants that did Sri Lankan food wanted advance notice, as Sri Lankan cuisine takes so long to prepare. So bizarrely, it was often easier to get western food than it was to get Sri Lankan food in Sri Lanka! With a bit of persuasion, we ...
... this place was rebuilt - but unfortunately all the resorts we rebuilt literally on the beach. It's a very calm nice beach to swim at but the beach is surrounded with resorts. It was an entertaining place for New Year's Eve. We found a cool beach hut bar that hung over the rocks so you could look down at the crashing waves - this was our hangout for New Years. We watched the bar owner let ...
... nothing, trying to make it longer...our flight is leaving at 3:15 (no, it's no typo!) so we'll leave the hotel at about 21:00....A successful trip to the stick fishermen..Dinner is planned again at Kingfisher...
Well, it has been an amazing trip again! We can only recommend Sri Lanka...so much variety packed in a little island, such lovely and welcoming people, always smiling, no time to get bored, there is something for everyone! See you all soon and thank you for reading our blog!
... guest house where my new bank card was waiting for me. Ian missed his flight after Tiger airways changed the flight times without telling him. This only became apparent after trying to check in online. After a few hours of investigating and flight searching he found another flight which got him to Singapore in time to catch his onward flight to the Philippines. We said our farewells and he departed. I hit the sack as I had to be up at 6:30 to catch the ...
... up little Adams Peak. An exhausting walk but manageable. I had a helper who carried my bags as I walked up. The views were amazing. In the afternoon I had an aruyeveduc massage, facial, steam and sauna which lasted 2 hours. During this time it started to rain heavily. The rain lasted all night so I went to bed early. The next day we drove to Yala National Park. The hotel is based in the national park and rooms are self contained buildings in the grounds. ...